Now don’t get this confused with an objective statement. An objective statement is something we used on resumes years ago where you’d tell an employer what you want out of the position. This is definitely not the same as a professional summary (or sometimes referred to as a career profile.)
A well-written summary tells the employer who you are and how you can help them. So no to the objective statement, but yes to the professional summary. In this video, I’m breaking down the myths, mistakes, and misconceptions of a professional resume summary.
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